Slim Chance at Love

Nidhi Bruce’s ‘A Slim Chance at Love’ is a laugh riot. The book is aptly sub-titled love, longing, and lots of money. It’s a quirky and fun read that offers a window into the lives of the uber-rich, their vulnerabilities, and their eccentricities.

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The People Tree

Beetashok Chatterjee’s The People Tree is a riveting read. This book is an anthology of fourteen stories revolving around people from different backgrounds and dealing with different situations. The author covers a wide spectrum of emotions, be it friendship, love, loss, survival, lust, deception, and greed.

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A Slice of Life

Smita Das Jain’s ‘A Slice of Life’ is an anthology of stories on relationships, love, loss, and everything in between. It is a potpourri of narratives that chronicle human behaviour and is set against a contemporary background. Some stories will make you chuckle at the quirks of some people, while others will make you feel emotional, rendering a lump in your throat.

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Susp’ENDED

Sudha Ramnath is a wonderful writer whose rich travel experiences shine through each story. Her stories take you to Ooty, Coimbatore, Lonavla, and even Africa. The language is simple, and the narrative fast paced. This book is only about 127 pages, making it a quick and entertaining read. 

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Seconds Later

Vani Kaushal’s Seconds Later is a riveting read. It’s fast-paced and unputdownable and makes you want to finish the book in one go. It is an intense romantic thriller with many intriguing twists; at its heart, is a deep dive into human behaviour and the complexity of modern relationships.

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